Panayotis D. Cangelaris - Greek Diplomat and Collector

 

CONTEMPORARY GREEK PAINTING
THE CANGELARIS COLLECTION

 "The Artist's Mother" by Chronis Botsoglou

"The Artist's Mother", 1988
by Chronis Botsoglou (1941)
Oil on canvas, 64Χ37 cm.
Inv.No.: P-47

  CHRONIS BOTSOGLOU (1941)

Born in Thessalonica, Chronis Botsoglou studied at the School of Fine Arts, Athens (1960-1965) with Yannis Moralis and subsequently continued his studies by the help of a state scholarship in Paris at the École des Beaux Arts (1970-1972).  He had his first solo exhibition in Athens (1964).  He has exhibited his work in Thessalonica too and participated in group exhibitions in Greece and abroad.  He was a member of the "Art Group A" (1960-1967), the "Young Greek Realists" group (1971-1973) and the "Group for Communication and Education in Art" (1976-1981), as well as the "Etching Centre" since 1988.  He has illustrated a series of poetry collections and has written many essays on fine arts.  At the outset he taught design at a private school (1974-1976), but since 1989 he is teaching painting at the School of Fine Arts, where he had been also elected rector.  His work moves in the region of new objectivity with prevalent expressionist characteristics.  He lives and works in Athens.

P.D.Cangelaris, Reflections upon Greek Contemporary Painting, The Cangelaris Collection, vol.1, Athens 1991

 

 

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